I was actually going to post my recap of Blogpodium today, but I couldn't resist this gorgeous piece of Atlantan real estate staring me straight in the face: the Cathedral Antiques Show Inspiration House.
The dining room was designed by Amy D. Morris. I'm loving the green and yellow color combo, and the classic lines. I love how the curtains really lighten up the entire room.
Oh and please, look at these divine bookshelves, again in the most perfect shade of pink. With the contemporary art, antique chairs and light fluffy curtains (I think I'm having a curtain inspired week) doesn't this just make the prettiest vignette?
The library was designed by Lindsey Coral Harper. Now this is the real reason why I'm showing you this entire house. Originally spotted on The Aestate my jaw dropped ten stories when I saw this room.
You already know my love of bookcases, great mouldings, jewel tones, and traditional designs that pack a modern punch. Well ladies and gents, this is the epitome.
The purple paint color (Mulberry by Benjamin Moore) is simply to die for, and I'm loving it against the marbleized wallpaper in the bookcases and the framed inkblots. Then, there's the Parsons chair. And the Parsons stools. And the striped curtains. And the brass chandelier. And I die.
Now the ladies' retreat, designed by Elisabeth Jordan, is equally delicious in a much more subtle way. But the rusts and lilacs are gorgeous and saturated and I'm loving the draped side tables and the symmetrical lamps.
Chris Holt designed the guest bedroom and I'm loving its' layered simplicity. I'm especially loving how this antique filled room is presented in a fresh and modern way. Some say that every room should have one antique piece in it. I say put as many as you can without it looking stuffy and I think this is the perfect representation.
Not to mention that wallpaper is to die for and perfectly complement the rest of the room. Does this look like a bathroom to you? No? This is what's so great about this space. A bathroom doesn't always need to stand out so much from a home's decor.
No the master bedroom, designed by Summer Loftin and Scott Reed, is simply a dream. The green and cream leafy pattern is reminiscent of it's more modern counterparts: banana leaf and fiddle leaf, yet the dramatic clean lines of the bed and the art fast-forwards it into the present.
And this is the perfectly pretty front porch. Granted I would have painted that gaudy beige railing black and the door a bold color but it's still a pretty picture isn't it?
See the entire house on Atlanta Home Magazine's website.